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Old 09-10-2002, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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How much does the average peel cost?
Can I ask the asthesitian or whatever name that is...hehe...for a STRONGER percent of the glycolic acid?

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Melty:
Let me ask you why you are seeking a glycolic wash in the first place..
Is it because of a problem you are having with your skins texture from acne? or do you want to rid yourself of fine lines and wrinkle?

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Yes, I have really small spots from previous acne, and I just wanted to get rid of them.

I know that Glycolic peels are not the only answer....
What are other ones they have?
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It depends on your esthitician.. Thats what my wife does for a living she usually uses on her clients 10% glicolic up to 30% depends what the treatment is...
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Glycolic is an option.. Our studio aestheticians are a bit different than a facialist.. We are paramedicals.. We can go up to 70% but that sort of treatment is for pitted skin demanding agressive resurfacing... I think you could benefit from a combination of microdermabrasion sessions and a series of glycolic treatments..
Be sure you are under the care of a licensed specialist when doing these..
You will NOT be able to tan the face when doing these sessions..
Let me hear from you..

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Chris, is it true that you can tan the day after a microdermabrasion? this is what I was told when I went to give it a introductory try once. I only had the one treatment.
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Yes.. but you still need to use your SPF of 15 .. if your sensitive, and feel a bit stinging after the following day.. do not tan remember when having a microdermabrasion..you are basicly creating a wound on the skin.. Protect.. Protect.. Protect..
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Melty and I have been talking about how to do fruit peels right in your own home..
thought we'd bump this topic so you can see what we are refering to..
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